First of all, forgive me if something doesn’t make sense. Although I consider myself a technical person and even know some code, I’m not a builder and my understanding of the technical details of Nillion is limited.
So… I was in this telegram group of users affected by a scam, trying to help out the admins with some tasks. They are taking different legal actions to try to get some compensation for the victims. However, there is this whole atmosphere of distrust caused by the betrayal people just experienced, which takes time to recover from.
Within this context, even just getting people to join the movement is hard. Imagine asking people to trust you with IDs and other personal data, which are necessary for legal reasons, in this situation… Plus, the actions involve going after high profile targets, so reasonably, many people would like to stay anonymous to avoid any possible retaliation.
Then it hit me! I think Nillion could really help in this kind of situation! I’m thinking about something I called KaaS, as in “KYC-as-a-Service”. It would be awesome if there was an easy-to-use tool (like a kind of Google Forms, for instance) powered by Nillion that offered such groups the possibility of doing KYC and verify everyone’s identity, without actually having access to those documents themselves. This would reassure anyone who’d be willing to join but was having trust issues with the organization. This would also reassure anyone who was simply too scared of a possible retaliation, since it would make impossible any leaks and no one would ever know their identity.
Like I said, I’m not sure how this would be implemented, if it would be a dapp or something else, but from what I gathered about Nillion, it seems like it’s the perfect use case. What do you guys think? Any corrections/feedback would be appreciated, even if it’s just to understand Nillion a bit better. Thanks!